Monthly Archives: August 2019

Wrangler Rooted in Tennessee

Wrangler kicks off new Rooted Collection of jeans and tshirts from cotton grown and sewn in the US. Eugene Pugh from Halls in the...

Farm Bureau Fighting to Close the Digital Divide

High-speed internet access is needed to improve the sustainability of rural America. Chad Smith has more.

New Opportunities for American Beef Exports

American beef producers get new opportunity to market product to the European Union.

Protecting Our Farms for the Future

Sheldon Hightower is the State Conservationist in Tennessee for USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service. Tennessee NRCS

A Grassroots Effort

It's that time of year again - time when Farm Bureau members are gathering across the state at policy development meetings to discuss topics...

Learning All Summer Long

Each summer, four students are chosen to spend the break from college with the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation. Julia Knaggs, Makenzie Moorehead, Lindsey Parsley...

79th Tenn. Farm Bureau Presidents Conference

County Farm Bureau Presidents gather with other ag and political leaders to learn and discuss more about state's top industry.

Anticipation Building for a Strong Crop

As Tennessee row crop farmers get set to begin harvest, the anticipation for a really good yield is coming into focus.

New Chancellor on the Job

Dr. Donde Plowman has been appointed as the ninth chancellor of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.   More on Chancellor Plowman

Distressed Counties Get Spotlight at Rural Opportunity Summitt

It is no secret that Governor Bill Lee is focused on making sure Tennessee, all of Tennessee, has a bright future.

Solar Farm Powers Research

You may not know it, but there is actually a solar farm with a Tennessee Welcome Center right smack in the middle of it...

Holding on Tight

Today's Tennessee and American farmers are battling through some tough times in farm country, and the message that American Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall...

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